Bernie Sanders is apologizing to Hillary Clinton and his own supporters over the controversy about data leaks in the Democratic National Committee. During tonight's debate in Manchester, Sanders admitted his staff member did the wrong thing and that he was fired for it. Sanders apologized to Clinton and stressed that he doesn't run this type of campaign.
He said he looked forward to working with the Clinton campaign to investigate DNC data breaches. He also remarked that he's not convinced that his campaign's information isn't on Clinton's servers.
Clinton accepted the apology and said she's looking to move forward from the issue. She said the American people aren't interested in the data breach. Former Governor Martin O'Malley said there are much more important things to discuss and criticized what he called the "bickering" between the Clinton and Sanders camps.
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